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  • 21 John Dryden — (né le 19 août 1631 à Adwinkle, Northamptonshire mort le 12 mai 1700) est un poète et un dramaturge anglais ayant exercé une forte influence au XVII …

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  • 22 Thomas Shadwell — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Shadwell. Thomas Shadwell Thomas Shadwell (né vers 1642 mort le 19 novembre 1692) est un dramaturg …

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  • 23 Literatura de la Restauración inglesa — Carlos II de Inglaterra. La literatura de la Restauración es el nombre con el que se conoce a la literatu …

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  • 24 Dryden, John — born Aug. 9, 1631, Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire, Eng. died May 1, 1700, London British poet, dramatist, and literary critic. The son of a country gentleman, Dryden was educated at the University of Cambridge. His poetry celebrating the Restoration …

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  • 25 Chusai — • The Arachite, i.e. the native of Archi, a place south of the portion of Ephraim, near Bethel Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Chusai     Chusai      …

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  • 26 Dryden, John — • Introductory biography of the poet and dramatist Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Dryden, John     John Dryden …

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  • 27 John Dryden —     John Dryden     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Dryden     Poet, dramatist, critic, and translator; b. 9 August, 1631, at Oldwinkle All Saints, Northamptonshire, England; d. at London, 30 April, 1700. He was the son of Erasmus Dryden (or… …

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  • 28 DRYDEN (J.) — Dryden offre l’exemple d’une carrière littéraire et politique tout entière consacrée au métier d’écrivain. Sans pouvoir se flatter de posséder un titre de noblesse, mais neveu d’un «baronet», il voulut et sut se concilier la faveur des grands… …

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  • 29 Absalom — or Avshalom ( he. אַבְשָלוֹם Father/Leader of/is peace or Salem is my Father , Standard Hebrew Avšalom, Tiberian Hebrew ʾAḇšālôm), in the Bible, is the third son of David, king of Israel. He was deemed the most beautified man in the kingdom (2… …

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  • 30 David — This article is about the biblical king. For other uses, see David (disambiguation). Daud , Dawood , and King David redirect here. For other uses, see Daud (disambiguation), Dawood (disambiguation), and King David (disambiguation). King David… …

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  • 31 Restoration literature — is the English literature written during the historical period commonly referred to as the English Restoration (1660 ndash;1689), which corresponds to the last years of the direct Stuart reign in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. In general …

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  • 32 John Dryden — (* 9. Augustjul./ 19. August 1631greg. in Aldwincle; † 1. Maijul./ 12. Mai 1700greg. in London) war …

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  • 33 Litterature de la Restauration anglaise — Littérature de la Restauration anglaise Portrait de Charles II d Angleterre Attribué à Thomas Hawker Vers 1680 (226,7 x 135,6 cm) National Portrait Gallery, Londres La littérature de la Restauration anglaise (Restoration literature en …

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  • 34 Littérature de la Restauration anglaise — Portrait de Charles II d Angleterre Attribué à Thomas Hawker Vers 1680 (226,7 x 135,6 cm) National Portrait Gallery, Londres La littérature de la Restauration anglaise (Restoration literature en anglais) est la …

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  • 35 John Dryden — (Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire 19 de agosto de 1631 12 de mayo de 1700) fue un influyente poeta, crítico literario y dramaturgo inglés, que dominó la vida literaria en la Inglaterra de la Restauración inglesa hasta tal punto que llegó a ser… …

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  • 36 King David —     King David     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► King David     In the Bible the name David is borne only by the second king of Israel, the great grandson of Boaz and Ruth (Ruth, iv, 18 sqq.). He was the youngest of the eight sons of Isai, or Jesse… …

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  • 37 SHADWELL (T.) — SHADWELL THOMAS (1642 1692) Né dans le Norfolk, Thomas Shadwell est étudiant à Gonville and Caius College (Cambridge), puis passe au Middle Temple (Londres). Selon la coutume des jeunes intellectuels, il voyage quelque temps sur le continent. À… …

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  • 38 BATHSHEBA — Uxor Uriae, postea Davidis et mater Solomonis, Sulp. Severus, l. 1. c. 66. Qua tempestare Bersaben quandam, mirae feminam pulehritudinis, stuprô compertam habun. Haec viri cuiusdam uxor, qui tum in castris erat, fuisse traditur. Ubi secutus… …

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  • 39 DRYDEN, JOHN —    a celebrated English poet, glorious John, born in Northamptonshire, of a good family of Puritan principles; educated at Westminster School and Cambridge; his first poetic production of any merit was a set of heroic stanzas on the death of… …

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  • 40 Shadwell, Thomas — (1640 or 1642 1692)    Dramatist and poet, belonged to a good Staffordshire family, was b. in Norfolk, ed. at Camb., and after studying law travelled, and on his return became a popular dramatist. Among his comedies, in which he displayed… …

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